Gear up for an exciting start to the new year this January 🌟 with a thoughtfully selected lineup of social impact events! Dive into these events tailored for corporate responsibility, philanthropy, and nonprofit professionals, and discover exciting opportunities to create a positive impact. 📆
11 January | Fundraising for Introverts: Harnessing Our Power | Join Bloomerang’s webinar “Fundraising for Introverts: Harnessing Our Power”. Hosted by Brian Saber, President of Asking Matters, a web-based company that trains people how to ask for money and motivates them to do it. Brian will guide you in recognizing the unique strengths introverts bring to fundraising. You’ll also gain insights into navigating board dynamics, effectively engaging introverted donors, and empowering introverted board members. Register here.
15-19 January | 54th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum | The 54th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum will focus on the impact of emerging technologies in social responsibility, global partnerships, and decision-making. It will convene governments, international organizations, leading companies, civil society, and academia to promote high-level public-private cooperation. Register to attend this in-person event here.
24-26 January | 20th International Conference On Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability | The On Sustainability Research Network brings together individuals with a shared commitment to holistic sustainability, where environmental, cultural, economic, and social interests intersect. It aims to create an inclusive community capable of crossing disciplinary and cultural boundaries, while the Twentieth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability presents research on annual themes. To attend this online event click here.
23 January | Introduction to Fundraising Planning | Join Candid for an introductory class on fundraising planning, designed to help organizations prioritize and create effective fundraising strategies. This session is suitable for beginners, board members, CEOs, executive directors, upper management, and fundraising & development staff. Learn the essential steps for developing a fundraising plan, including making your case for support, diversifying your fundraising base, and creating an actionable plan. An optional 30-minute exercise is available after the class to refine your organization’s fundraising strategies. To attend this free online event use this link.